Kaley Cuoco's personal and professional life is often the subject of false tabloid stories. Gossip Cop frequently debunks phony reports about the "Big Bang Theory" star. Here are five recent wrong rumors.
Earlier this month, Gossip Cop busted star for falsely claiming that the actress and her husband Karl Cook were having marriage problems because she was more focused on the last season of her sitcom than she was on their relationship. The magazine alleged that Cuoco spends the majority of her time working and won't invite her husband to set. Cuoco's Instagram account, however, proves her marriage is going strong. Shortly before the tabloid published its bogus story, the actress celebrated her four-month wedding anniversary by sharing a photo of her and Cook on the night before their ceremony. Another one of Cuoco's Instagram photos was of her and Cook walking to the set of one of her photo shoots, proving the actress likes having her husband by her side while she's working.
Gossip Cop called out OK! in October for wrongly reporting that Cuoco would be having a baby now that "The Big Bang Theory" is coming to an end. The outlet claimed that the actress was telling friends she hoped to be pregnant by the end of the year. Only, Cuoco herself said in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" last month that she's not ready for children. "I'm not there yet," she said when asked about having kids. "I'm a worker bee right now - kind of my career is my focus and my husband."
In July, the Globe made up a ridiculous story about Cuoco's shoulder surgery hurting her marriage. The actress had underwent a procedure on her shoulder just days after marrying Cook this past summer, and according to the tabloid, the equestrian was fed up with his wife being "demanding" amid her recovery. In reality, Cook shared several Instagram videos of him and Cuoco amusing themselves while she recovered at home. The couple kept a good sense of humor amid the ordeal and the equestrian was more than happy to support his wife, who wasn't the least bit "demanding."
Gossip Cop busted the National Enquirer in January for wrongly reporting that Cuoco was pregnant. Naturally, the magazine had virtually zero evidence to back up its story, and that's because there was no truth to it. A rep for the actress told us in no uncertain terms that she wasn't expecting. As time has shown, the actress hasn't welcomed a child. And as noted above, she went on to explain that she's not ready to start a family just yet.
And finally, Gossip Cop debunked a RadarOnline story in January claiming that Cuoco was feuding with "Big Bang Theory" co-star Mayim Bialik. The unreliable blog didn't explain exactly why the actresses supposedly don't like each other, but insisted "producers try to keep them apart on the set." However, Bialik said in an interview with People magazine that Cuoco and the other main cast members of the sitcom took pay cuts so she could get a raise. The actress added, "We have a very cohesive cast... We all really love each other."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.